Pablo Delgado Solo Show at Pure Evil Gallery
London based artist Pablo Delgado has been populating the streets of East London with his miniature street scenes featuring various characters, objects and animals from pimps, to prostitutes, royal guards to Jack The Ripper and various other crazy selection of characters for close to two years now. We have really enjoyed stumbling across these street art pieces since we spotted our first minature street scene from the artist back in early 2011.
This Thursday 4th October 2012 will see Pablo Delgado bring his street art pieces indoors for his first solo exhibition at The Pure Evil Gallery on Leonard Street.We are looking forward to the show and seeing how the artists miniature street works translate into a gallery setting.
The exhibition opened Thursday 4th October with a private view and the show will run at the gallery until the 28th October 2012.
Pure Evil Gallery — 108 Leonard Street - London EC2A 4XS
Photo Update: The slideshow below features a small selection of images from the exhibition.Go see it in person if you can. We will be adding some more images to the set so be sure and check back.
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